|Four Sites in Acton, on the Way to Carlisle|
I’ve taken pictures at four sites, marked on this map.
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Acton series in sequence.
This is pretty much the piece of Acton that became part of Carlisle, or at least the inhabited part of it. And the inhabitants included, prominently and with distinction, our Wheelers.
Site 3, the North Cemetery, is a primary family shrine.
I’ve included Sites 2 and 4 mainly for orientation and context.
Site 1, Wheeler Lane, also turns out to enclose in its
stubbiness a great deal of family treasure, although none thus
far clearly in our direct line.
The green sign in the center of the photo says “Wheeler Lane.” I’m standing in the middle of the short cul-de-sac, looking back out toward the traffic on Main Street, Route 27. Not much danger of getting run over, right here.
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Updated Jul 2020
(Cellar Hole on Wheeler Lane…)
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